Friendster Makes A Comback As A Social Gaming Platform [Headlines]

Friendster Makes A Comback As A Social Gaming Platform [Headlines]

The almost unused social network has reemerged as a discovery and entertainment site.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 30 april 2012

Well, here’s a fun surprise. Remember Friendster? The social network that used to be the social network before it was eventually acquired by MOL who went on to flip its social patents for a tidy profit? Well MOL just announced today that Friendster has been overhauled as a social discovery and gaming platform. Tech In Asia

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